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[audio]The Berman Center 2011 - Encore LIVE!
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Keywords: berman center; jewish community center
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[audio]LPBCSept272014MJCC - Lipscomb Pitts Breakfast Club
The Lipscomb Pitts Breakfast Club Radio Show airs each Saturday from 1-2p in Memphis, TN on News Radio 600 WREC. The hour-long program covers a variety of topics and features interviews with local business and community leaders. Jeremy Park, president of the Lipscomb Pitts Breakfast Club, is program host.Guests this week were Sarah Bynum, Senior Communication Consultant, and Tracy Reves McFall, Community Events Specialist, with the American Cancer Society - Memphis; Lori Turner-Wilson, CEO...
Keywords: Lipscomb Pitts Breakfast Club; Lipscomb Pitts; LPBC; Jeremy Park; Memphis; WREC; Amy Israel; Memphis Jewish Community Center
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[movies]He Said / sHe Said LIVE with San Diego Gay Men's Chorus 4/6/11
Ophelia & Aaron grabbed a cocktail beverage courtesy of our hot Brass Rail bartender, Justin, and sat down for a chat with three actors from the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus upcoming performance of Friend Me featuring Through A Glass, Darkly . Making it’s west coast premier on Saturday & Sunday, April 9 & 10, the edgy, powerful Through A Glass Darkly will be performed by SDGMC as the second act of its Spring concert, Friend Me , at the Jewish Community Center’s David & Dorthea Garfield Theat...
Keywords: talk&interview; he said she said; ophelia later; aaron heier; san diego gay mens chorus; sdgmc; gay san diego; san diego theater; through a glass darkly; friend me; jewish community center la jolla; lgbt; meth addiction; musical theater
Downloads: 14
[audio]It Takes a Village Radio Show hosted by Carla Kjellberg - Carla Kjellberg
Jenny Moore and Bernadette Knaeble will talk about One River Mississippi, the solstice river dance on June 24th at 7pm. It will be broadcast on 88.5 FM KBEM. It is free for all ages and will take place rain or shine at the Stone Arch Bridge; Justice Square: Part 4 of our 4-part series with Glen Greenwald, author of "How Would a Patriot Act"; Aaron Gabriel, Director of Cultural Arts of the Jewish Community Center, will talk about the cultural programs at the JCC
Keywords: Carla Kjellberg; radio broadcast; radio show; villagetalkradio.com; progressive voice for family, faith and community; Jenny Moore; Bernadette Knaeble; One River Mississippi; 88.5 FM KBEM; Stone Arch Bridge; Glen Greenwald; How Would a Patriot Act; Aaron Gabriel; Jewish Community Center
Downloads: 105
[movies]Janet Krane - 2-Nov-2006 - Katrina's Jewish Voices - Jewish Women's Archive
Janet Krane, an administrator at the Cancer Center of Memorial Hospital and a former hospital COO, was interviewed by Rosalind Hinton on November 2, 2006.  Raised a Southern Baptist, she married a Jewish doctor and has three children.  After moving to New Orleans in 1984, she became very involved in the Jewish community and converted.  The interview focuses on her experience staying in the Tenet-owned Memorial Hospital after the hurricane hit, and the gross failure of outside help needed to e...
Keywords: Southern Baptists; Jewish holiday observance; Jewish communities; Memorial Hospital; JCC; Jewish Community Center; National Guard; State Police; looting; Tenet Healthcare Corporation; DynCorp; nephrologists; Hurricane Katrina evacuations; Anna Pou; stem cell preservation; University of Michigan; Lindy Boggs Medical Center; Jewish conversion; Woldenburg Village; Shabbat; High Holy Days; evacuation; Tulane University; rebuilding New Orleans; Jewish Women's Archive; Institute of Southern Jewish Life; Oral History; Rosalind Hinton
Downloads: 327
[movies]Alan Krilov - 18-Oct-2006 - Katrina's Jewish Voices - Jewish Women's Archive
Alan Krilov, a member of the Chabad community who endured a harrowing experience during Hurricane Katrina, was interviewed on October 18, 2006 by Rosalind Hinton. Raised in an Orthodox synagogue, he shifted towards Chabad in later years, and explains his formative Jewish influences.  He stayed in New Orleans to take care of his fourteen exotic pet birds, fleeing only after his home began to flood...
Keywords: Beth Israel (Orthodox synagogue in NOLA); Chabad; Bar Mitzvah; confirmation (Jewish); Reform communities; Jewish Community Center; Orthodox minyan; Rabbi Avraham Twerski; Superdome; Mary Kay Cosmetics; Coast Guard rescue missions; Red Cross; Lakefront Airport; FEMA; Rabbi Zelig Rivkin; Torah Academy; Israeli rescue workers/laborers; AZA; John F. Kennedy High School; media coverage of Katrina; helicopter airlifts; governmental incompetence; the Shema; class and race relations in New Orleans; broken levees; Civil Defense; Jewish Women's Archive; Institute of Southern Jewish Life; Oral History; Rosalind Hinton
Downloads: 172
[movies]Zoe Oreck - 3-Jul-2007 - Katrina's Jewish Voices - Jewish Women's Archive
Zoe Oreck, the eighteen-year-old daughter of Julie Wise Oreck (also interviewed in this collection) and a resident of New Orleans, was interviewed on July 3, 2007 by Rosalind Hinton.  She describes her experience being displaced from her beloved home in the Uptown neighborhood to a hotel in Houston, her adjustments to a new, temporary life there, and her eventual return.  She discusses how Katrina changed her world view on government, community, and spirituality, and describes Jewish social li...
Keywords: Hurricane Katrina; 2005 Personal narratives; Hurricane Katrina; 2005 Press coverage; Hurricane Katrina; 2005 Political aspects; Jews Louisiana; JazzFest; Mardi Gras; Touro Synagogue (New Orleans; La.); Oreck family; Philanthropy; Temple Sinai (New Orleans; La.); Natural disasters; Reform Judaism; Bat mitzvah Anecdotes; University of Georgia; Galleria (Houston; Tex.); Levees; Lee; Spike; Racism Louisiana New Orleans; Jewish Community Center; SPCA; Teens for Green New Orleans; Isidore Newman School; Jewish Assimilation; Jewish social integration; Jewish Women's Archive; Institute of Southern Jewish Life; Oral History; Rosalind Hinton
Downloads: 247
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 9, No. 4)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Assmann, David; Shop Smart Campaign; Mayor Willie Brown; Giant's new ballpark; lighting Christmas tree; Chinese New Year; Ox retires rat, dominates the heavens; Enterprise for High School Students; Brian Fewer; Aaron Glantz; Hetch Hechy; History; 1912 aerial view of west end; Jette Jensen; Ginny Kolmar; Chapeau!; Lake Merced; PUC; John M. Lee; real estate slump over; Dr. Pamela Lewis; Mountain Lake Park; Ocean Beach; plan to leash dogs draws ire; Palace of the Legion of Honor; Richmond Neighborhood Coalition; Russian Emigres; Say YES campaign; SF Jewish Community Center; SF Refugee Elder Care Collaborative; Strybing Aboretum
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[movies]Carol Wise - 8-Jul-2007 - Katrina's Jewish Voices - Jewish Women's Archive
Carol Wise, a real estate agent and fundraiser for Jewish causes, was interviewed on July 8th, 2007, by Rosalind Hinton.  The interview focuses on her experiences of displacement during Hurricane Katrina and her changing ideas of community after she returned home, particularly the heightened importance of Jewish community survival in New Orleans.  Her contributions to the rebuilding effort included installing playgrounds and restarting a child care program, Success By 6, with the United Way...
Keywords: Jewish Women's Archive (Brookline; Mass.); Jewish Community Center; Shopping malls; Hurricane Katrina; 2005; Reimer; Gail Twersky; Touro Synagogue (New Orleans; La.); Jewish identity; United Way; Nagin; Ray; 1956-; AmeriCorps (U.S.); Rotary Club; UJC; United Jewish Appeal; Mardi Gras (Festival); Hadassah; the Women's Zionist Organization of America; Hillel Foundation; National College of Education (Evanston; Ill.); Korean War; 1950-1953; Integration; Racial; Exodus 1947 (Ship); JCC; Hurricane protection; Success by Six Initiative (Vt.); Real estate agents; Tulane University; Sophie Newcombe Preparatory School; Nancy Sternoff; Women’s Professional Council; Jewish education
Downloads: 123
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 10)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Arbys; To open on Geary; Assmann, David; Save our recycling centers; Blockbuster; video game battle; California Academy of Sciences; Fossil exhibit freestanding; Delancy Street building; Condos proposed; Free Folk Festival; three days at Roosevelt Golden Gate Park; Fossil exhibit freestanding; Golden Gate Park; Pearl Jam concert causes problems; Golden Gate Park; Stables contract awarded; History; Portable earthquake kitchens (1906); Jordan, Mayor Frank; New budget presented to supes; Kearns, Deborah; 45-year-old woman attends SFSU w/daughter Kolmar, Ginny; Jakarta; Lee, John M; Re-fi boom in progress; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; No wonder Johnny can't read; Pacific Heritage Museum; Rare Chinese furniture exhibit SF Ballet; 3 local youth honored at ballet school brief; SF Jewish Community Center; Pool, fitness center close, reorganization plan; SF Marathon; road closures brief; UCSF-Laurel Heights; Residents examine latest plan; Vidal, Al; feature on retiring principal; Wagner, Anthony; elected Chairman of Heart Association brief; Walgreens; Set to open at old Sutro Market site
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 9, No. 6)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: 18th Ave; house on Presidio's edge raises concerns; Assmann, David; how to trash junk mail; Brown, Mayor Willie; stadium a good deal; Butler, Julie; George Peabody teacher Carradine, David; local resident awarded by police dept. for helping catch thugs; Dotson, Patricia and Gerald (see 18th Ave.); house on Presidio's edge raises concerns; George Peabody; teacher Julie Butler profile; Kolmar, Ginny; Kabuto Sushi; Lee, John M; economic forecast, stats; Neva Russian Dance Ensemble; Russian dance festival free; Olabarria, Pilar; feature on local artist; Park Presidio United Methodist Church; celebrates 100th anniversary Presidio Army Post/Park; house on 18th Ave. concerns; Richmond Police (Station); local resident cited for appreciation; SF Jewish Community Center; biblical playground dedicated; SF Recycling Program; city sets record for 1996; Sutro Elementary School; Chinese New Year routine free
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[movies]Julie Wise Oreck - 2-July-2007 - Katrina's Jewish Voices - Jewish Women's Archive
Julie Wise Oreck, a ‘fifth-generation Louisiana Jew’ and philanthropist, was interviewed on July 2, 2007 by Rosalind Hinton. The wife of Marshall Oreck, an executive at the Oreck vacuum corporation, she has served on the boards of many Jewish organizations, particularly those supporting Israel advocacy, youth causes, and education. Displaced from her home by the flooding after Hurricane Katrina, she traveled to Houston with her mother and two daughters, where they stayed in a hotel for weeks...
Keywords: Jewish Women's Archive; Hurricane Katrina, 2005 Personal narratives; Hurricane Katrina, 2005 Press coverage; Hurricane Katrina, 2005 Political aspects; Jews Louisiana; Touro Synagogue (New Orleans, La.); Oreck family; Philanthropy; Christmas tree; Temple Sinai (New Orleans, La.); Jewish Community Center; Haggadah; United Jewish Appeal; United Jewish Communities; American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee; AIPAC; Orthodox Judaism; Holocaust; Manor, Ehud Anecdotes; Intifada, 2000-; Andover (Academy); Natural disasters; SPCA; Levees; Tulane University; Fundraising; Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America; Chabad; Telushkin, Joseph, 1948-; Hillel Foundation; National Council of Jewish Women; Lee, Spike; Flood insurance claims; Superdome (New Orleans, La.); Child care; Serotta, Edward; Hebrew University (Jerusalem); Maccabiah Games; Reconstructionist Judaism; Suicide; Levees; Reform Judaism; Abivale; Isidore Newman School; Jewish Assimilation; Otzma; Israeli media; Torah Academy, New Orleans; Tikkun olam; Lion of Judah conferences; National Young Leadership Cabinet; Israel and Overseas Pillar (organization); Beit Shemesh; fear of rape; Jewish Endowment; Institute of Southern Jewish Life; Oral History; Rosalind Hinton; Hurricane Katrina; New Orleans; Julie Wise Oreck
Downloads: 144
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 10, No. 1)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Assmann, David; Second Chance Week; Booker, Rosetta; celebrates 100th birthday Brown, Mayor Willie; Great Sweep; Building Resources; Golden Gate National Recreation Area; celebrates 25th anniversary HANC; feature on Building Resources; History; Unknown Richmond Gardens, free; Hom, Capt. Richard; summer of love reunion; Kolmar, Ginny; Luzern; Lee, John M; Are R.E. agents trustworthy?; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Central Frwy, AIDS Grove column; Richmond District After School Collaboration; 150 artistic youth flourish in program; Richmond Police (Station); armed robbers escape w/$3,000 from outer Balboa Rest; Richmond Police (Station); police seek suspect that killed 2 local residents and set house on fire; SF Jewish Community Center; Rosenberg garden blooms feature, new director named
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[texts]Richmond ReView (June 1995) (Volume Vol. 7, No. 9)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Assmann, David; Alamo Elementary School Volunteers honored; Junk unwanted junk mail; Argonne Elementary School Parents at odds w/school district over rebuilding; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; David Assmann; Association of Chinese Teachers; California Academy of Sciences; Cameron Ventures; Kinderfest at Mervyn's; traffic light coming for 4th and Geary; Golden Gate Park Stable contract up for bid; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Goodwill new site opens 7/Cabrillo; Streetcar and barn at Geary/Masonic; Mayor Frank Jordan; Support for Parks and Recreation Improvement Districts for Enhancement plan; John M. Lee; Ways to deal w/depressed market; Mattie Lewis celebrates 102nd or 103 birthday; Senator Milton Marks gives award to Sid Chassey; Prevent Blindness Northern California; Richmond Police (Station) Chop shop busted; Roosevelt Elementary School Adopted by Bay View Bank; Russian Center Days of Russia; SF Art Commission beautifies City and Richmond w/art; SF Jewish Community Center Fitness center may close; Operation Safeped set for debut; Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Petwalk; UCSF Science lesson contest at Middle and High schools; UCSF-Laurel Heights Seek public input on EIR; Veteran's Administration Medical Center (Clement St.); YMCA (Richmond) blood drive; Jane Yung
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 8, No. 9)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Alamo Elementary School; Corporate partner takes up slack from district shortfalls, Friendship Garden Mural debut free; Assmann, David; What's recyclable in the city; Brown, Mayor Willie; Don't dismantle civil rights movt; Chan, Dr. Yim; speak out against domestic violence; Clement St; DPW has plan for rats; DeFilippo, Capt. Jerome (Jerry); Operation Park, Eddie Chow; Fewer, Brian; 4-Star theater, horse-drawn fire wagons; Golden Gate Park; former pollution control plant shut down, new soccer field coming, free shuttle from UCSF, Sharon Art Studio feature, Blue Heron in park Great Blue Heron; living in GG Park; Hall, Al and Charlene; History; No. 1 Cal. streetcar in 1942 free; Kolmar, Ginny; Royal Thai; Lee, John M; analysis of owning home financially; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Thanks to Klein for letting museum use lot, sierra club on deYoung garage, deYoung garage; Lick Super; gutted for remodeling free; M.H. de Young Memorial Museum; mayor supports garage plan; Marks, Carolene; runs for supervisor free; Richmond Police (Station); search underway for killer of Crockett; SF Jewish Community Center; negotiations underway to reopen closed fitness center; Sharon Art Studio; a gem in GG Park feature
Downloads: 14
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 7)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Balboa Theater; Beach Chalet; plan ok'd; City Voice; new paper set to debut; Golden Gate Park; Storms wrack park, close roads; Health Center #5; public health week celebration; History; Lincoln Park view of Inner Rich. (1920); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Pat Kaussen, Jeanne Lynch; Jordan, Mayor Frank; reducing crime & J.V. crime; Lee, John M; Estate planning and taxes; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; VA parking problem; M.H. de Young Memorial Museum; future uncertain at centennial; Muni; light rail, trolly options for Geary; Perrigan, Dana; Joining City Voice staff; Presidio Army Post/Park; return of cultural forest planned; Richmond Recreation Center (Sutro Annex site); group appeals Passmore decision; Safety Awareness for Everyone (SAFE); neighborhood watch a good thing; SF Fire Dept; Station 14 salutes Louis Mambretti who passed away free; SF Jewish Community Center; members fight impending closure; SF Teen (newspaper); short story contest brief; Strybing Aboretum; master plan progresses; Sutro Elementary School; 100th anniversary free; UCSF; summer camps for youth brief; UCSF-Laurel Heights; University proposes new EIR; Veteran's Administration Medical Center (Clement St.); expansion plan (clinic) riles locals
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[movies]Abraham Lichtenbaum 31July2012 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Emily B.)
Abraham Lichtenbaum, Yiddish teacher and director of the IWO (the Argentinian YIVO, Yidisher Visnshaftlekher Institut, Yiddish Scientific Institute) in Buenos Aires, was interviewed by Christa Whitney on July 31, 2012 in Vilnius, Lithuania. This interview is entirely in Yiddish. Abraham was born in Argentina in 1943. His father came from Warsaw to Buenos Aires as an orphan in 1922. His mother came from Odessa with her family in 1907 or 1908...
Keywords: Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project; nybc; ybc; Yiddish; Jewish culture; Abraham Lichtenbaum; Childhood; Yiddish language; Yiddish speaker; Other languages; Latin America; World War Two; Anti-Semitism; Career and Professional Life; Yiddish teaching; Education; Jewish education; Literature; Books; Urban; Transmission; Advice; Family history; stories about ancestors; Jewish Identity; Yiddish learning; Yiddish revival and activism; Yiddish scene; Immigration; Migration; Hebrew; Visual Arts; Theater; Klezmer; Newspapers; Poetry; Scholarship; Academia; Jewish professions; Holocaust; Religion and ritual; Synagogue; shul; temple; Family traditions; Jewish holidays; Rosh Hashanah; Yom Kippor; Yom Kippur; Pesakh; Passover; Eastern Europe; Politics and political movements; Youth group; Food and culinary traditions; Roots/heritage; Yiddish personalities; Jewish community; Abraham Lichtenbaum; Argentina; Buenos Aires; Vilnius; Vilne; Vilna; Lithuania; Slutzk; Belarus; Peretz; Shmuel Rozhansky; Shmuel Zessler; Dov Sadan; Khone Shmeruk; Chone Shmeruk; Dov Noy; Adolf Eichmann; Maurycy Minkowski; Baron Maurice de Hirsch; Baron Maurice von Hirsch; Baron Hirsch; YIVO; IWO; Yiddish Scientific Institute; Yidisher Visnshaftlekher Institut; Idisher Visnshaftlejer Institut; Bund; Peretz school; Bund school; Argentinian Cultural Congress; Cultural Congress; Jewish Community Center; AMIA; AMIA Bombing; Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina; Argentine Israelite Mutual Association; 1900s; 1920s; 1930s; 1940s; 1950s; 1960s; 1990s; 2010s; Bund; anti-Semitism; socialism; anarchism; colonization; cooperatives; co-operatives; High Holy Days; printing; printer; Warsaw Ghetto Uprising; grandmother
Downloads: 151
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 3)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Argonne Elementary School; Celebrates 75th anniversary; Assmann, David; Recycle during holidays; Better Health Foundation- Robert Louie Family Cancer Support Program; CATS; also; Celebration of Craftswomen; elves needed for fair; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; 3644 Anza house demolition delayed; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; City proposed splitting City in 2 with new controls plan; Elections; Fraud charges made in Fang BART race; Family Caregiver Alliance; volunteers needed brief; Fang, James; election fraud charges levied; Geary Blvd. Light Rail (BRT); Muni seeks input on proposed changes; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Creating holiday mood with banners brief; George Washington H.S. Eagles; Lose to Galileo in football playoffs free; Golden Gate Park; AIDS Memorial Grove 'healing circle,'; Golden Gate Park; Bras across the park free; Golden Gate Park; Protesters march to ban cars; History; Rowing Kelly's Pond free (1880s); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Gene O'Connell, Ballet twins in Nutcracker, Tom Sweeny, Zaza, Temple Emanu-El; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Curfew law; Kolmar, Ginny; Village Pizzeria; Lee, John M; Sales of apartments; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Muni response to SORE letter; Lincoln Park Safeway (See Albertsons also); Developer hopes to renew plan, works w/mayor's office; M.H. de Young Memorial Museum; Plans future w/ increased space due to AAM moving to civic center; Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT); Upcoming classes brief; Ocean Beach; Sewage overflows from record rains; Perrigan, Dana; If only I had a Harley; Presidio Army Post/Park; Letterman, UC break off talks for leasing; Public Health (Government) Service Hospital; Toxic cleanup plan revised; Richmond Police (Station); ATM safety brief; Richmond Police (Station); Crime rate dips 26% for year; Richmond Police (Station); Donated bears with Laurie Brophy free; Richmond Police (Station); Experts warn about increased fraud, forum; Richmond Police (Station); Police nab 3 in string of robberies; Richmond Police (Station); Three youths charged with youth's murder at Lincoln Park; Richmond Recreation Center (Sutro Annex site); Parking plan debated; Robert Louie Family Cancer Support Program; SF Fire Dept; Tips on Christmas tree safety; SF Jewish Community Center; Inexpensive lunches for seniors brief; SF Unified School District; School assigning boundary changes proposed; Teng, Mabel; Historic first election victory free; Town School; 8th Grade team wins ISAL championship; UCSF-Laurel Heights; City Science Program free; UCSF-Laurel Heights; Visually impaired forum brief; Who's Coming, Going; YMCA (Richmond); Middle school students winter camp sessions brief; Zecher, Rita; Writer, feature
Downloads: 19
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 7)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Assmann, David; Consider recycling options; Bulitt, Patricia; free. at Anza Library; Clement St. Parking; New plan passed to park in bus zones; Columbarium; Director Bruce Williams tour; Degemann, Gerhard; plans return brief; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; Planning Commission offers new plan for review; French/Kaiser Hospital; changes due to construction, consolidation; Geary Blvd; water mains replaced brief; Geary Blvd. Light Rail (BRT); Options announced for transit study; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Small business insurance, Pac Bell service, meeting; Golden Gate Park; California Academy of Sciences closes roundabout for repairs; Golden Gate Park; Conservatory's floral flair free; Golden Gate Park; Sexual battery suspect arrested; Golden Gate Park; Two plans emerge for bison paddock; History; Cooking on 4th Ave.? after quake free; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Cafe Riggio anniversary, YMCA fundraising results, library, Gaslight tiger,; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Library commissioners; Jordan, Mayor, Police Chief; Meeting Geary merchants free; Jordan, Mayor, Police Chief; Meeting w/SFNNA, matrix, graffiti; Katherine Delmar Burke School; remodel proposed; Kaussen, Pat; Kopp's woman of year; Kinderfest; Children's festival brief; Kolmar, Ginny; Bill's Place; Kopp, Quentin; Woman of year, Kaussen; Lee, John M; Sellers beware; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Watch out for wildlife, SF Wildlife; Marks, Senator Milton; Reflecting on 35 years; Muni; Latrines proposal; NIT-AMP Program in Richmond; Survey rates Richmond as good place to live; Perrigan, Dana; Cruising down 101; Presidio Army Post/Park; Tour offered brief; Recreation Center for the Handicapped (RCH, Inc.); Richmond District; Good place to live survey; Richmond Police (Station); Keeping youth safe, forum; Richmond Police (Station); School car stars (Brophy, Wong); Richmond Police (Station); Sexual battery suspect arrested; Richmond Transport Project (sewers); Digging tunnel at Baker Beach free; Ross, Jim; new mayoral liaison named; Russian Center; Self Help for the Elderly; general services brief; Self Help for the Elderly; Senior trips planned; SF Jewish Community Center; Festival of Living; Surfrider Foundation; Monthly beach cleanups; Temple Emanu-El; Film series brief; Tyson, Eric; Which way interest rates?; UCSF; monthly forums for visually impaired; Veteran's Administration Medical Center (Clement St.); health fair
Downloads: 14
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